Friday, July 13, 2012

3" Birthday Card


Papertrey Ink's "Make It Monday" challenge is to stamp on texture.  I love this idea, and I used my Cuttlebug Seeing Spots embossing folder, stamping it with My Creative Time's Script Type Background.  This is a 3" card - perfect size to attach to a birthday gift!


This cute ice-cream cone was cut with the die from MCT's Celebrate Good Times, using patterned paper from PTI's Road Trip.  


My sentiment and tag were made with MCT's Teeny Tag Greetings.

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16 comments:

In My Craft Room said...

Love it, love the way the cone looks too!

snappy scrappy said...

Great card! Love the colours!! Lee-Ann :)

Kim H said...

Katie ~ I couldn't agree with you more ~ PERFECT card for a Birthday! LOVE that cone and of course that paper!!!! I LOVE how the Script stamp is only showing on the raised dots!!! Again ~ I need to use staples because what a CLEVER way to attach one of my FAVORITE MCT die! AWESOME job!!!

My Crafting Channel said...

Cute card
Nana

liz at liz's paper loft said...

ooooh Katie, I love that you stamped and embossed! I need to remember that!!!

tracym110 said...

so cute! I love the embossed background! Great job!
Tracy

lovemypaper said...

Very cute!

angelabranon said...

Love that circle background with the polka dot cone on top.

Anonymous said...

Cute card, but is the Script Type Background is upside down?

Anonymous said...

Cute card, but is the Script Type Background upside down?

Suzanne Russell said...

I love the way you repeated the polka dots from the background with the ice cream cone. A very happy birthday greeting, for sure. :)

Shelly said...

Oh SUPER CUTE!! I love 3" cards, this one is FABULOUS! That technique is really neat!
Have a GREAT weekend!
Shelly

Anonymous said...

Cute card. TFS
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Cindy said...

Such a SWEET birthday card Katie!LOVE the polka dot ice cream cones,TOO CUTE!!!:)

Cassandra said...

YUMMY!

quilt4fun2 said...

Great card...I love all of the dots and textures. Clever to use a background stamp over the embossed dots. There are not a lot of designs with large enough designs for this to work...going to check out my embossing folders :D
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